News Suck 1.0: Eat this weekly feature and like it.
Welcome to the first edition of one of our new features on the site — News Suck 1.0. It's pretty much what you think it is (that being almost if not exactly the same as the old news/me being me posts). Enjoy.
– Amber Benson stars in "Race You To The Bottom", which will hit theatres in March. In it, she apparently drinks with some guy who likes to wear his shirt collar outside his sports jacket like it's still 2003 and that it must be still cool in some way.
– Chiwetel Ejiofor was nominated for two Golden Globes on Monday and lost in both categories. Borat and some guy you don't care about beat him out. I'm almost positive one of the reasons he didn't win is because it's hard to say his name. Hell, Arnold Schwarzenegger had a hard time saying "Babel" that night, so you can see how english is hard, even to someone who's been here for 30 years now.
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– This should get you crazy Browncoats all geek'd up and orgasmic in some fashion. "Daybreak" – co-starring Adam "We'll call him Jayne every chance we get" Baldwin – may be finding it's unaired episodes a new home. What new home, you ask? Why the internet, of course. Considering five people actually watched Daybreak, I imagine this is for those diehard dumb asses who think any Whedon actor makes any pile of crap good. Congrats to you all.
– The Chicago Tribune says that "How I Met Your Mother" isn't a traditional sitcom, and it looks like Alyson Hannigan agrees with them. You know, because it takes three days to shoot it. That's about the only way it's not traditional. Laugh track – check. CBS – check. Monday line-up – check. Sets in a warehouse – check. Need I go on?
– Last but not least, Tim Minear's "Drive" will premiere on FOX April 15th at 8:00pm. I hope it's worth watching, but in some ways I don't considering how much fun it is to see Nathan's stalkers cry. Plus there's the whole mockey thing, but I guess I can still do that even if it's a complete success.
This has been the SUCK.
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